AirTran Holdings ( AAI), a low fare air line operator, said that it is sticking to its fuel price guidance of $2.10 a gallon to $2.15 a gallon in the first quarter of 2006. The fuel price indicated includes the raw product cost, transportation fees, federal and state taxes, in-to- plane fees, and the net benefit of existing fuel purchase contracts.

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