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Berlin to Paris- Using Avios Points

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Planning my 2014 Europe trip and one leg involves flying from Berlin to Paris (one way) on May 25, 2014.
If I use Avios points its only 4500 points plus about $40 and it would be on Air Berlin. In looking at the details it indicated that there may be carrier imposed charges, but it does not state what those would be. I just want to be sure I won't be socked high fuel charges - how do I figure out what these charges are before I complete booking?

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