This week seems to be a 757 week for me. 757 on AA from DFW-STL, 757 on DL from STL-ATL, and now a half empty 757 from ATL to MCI. 96 open seats on the bird, 13 open up front. Sure, it's a positioning flight to have her in MCI overnight for a full flight back to ATL in the morning, but it's a big bird to spend the fuel on... That plus all the MD-90's DL has... what's the strategy to drive down fuel costs? The newest Sky magazine has the CEO looking for a 2% fuel use reduction per year, but that doesn't seem like much (and is probably saved through aggressively but safely low fuel loads per flight). AA is doing the fleet redevelopment. Delta says they're ordering some 737-900's. Anything else I'm missing to help their fuel situation (other than buying a refinery)?