Many consider Paris to be the classiest city in the world. It's one of the oldest cities in Europe, and usually the first destination choice for many Americans and Canadians traveling to Europe. If you want to spend a few nights in this sophisticated and classy city, you need to look for affordable airfares. Finding cheap flights to Paris is harder than finding a needle in the haystack, but it's not impossible.
Book a flight to the largest city in France and you'll be on your way to some of the world's most famous art, architecture, food, shops, and more! You can shop all you want, visit the Eiffel Tower, visit the Louvre to see the Mona Lisa, enjoy some of the best food in the world, and so forth. If you're planning your honeymoon, there's really no competition---Paris is the ultimate, romantic choice!
The city is served by two major airports: Roissy/Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Orly (ORY), both of which welcome over 70 million passengers every single year, and are connected with 500 cities across the world. CDG usually handles international flights and ORY usually deals with domestic flights within France.
When looking for cheap flights to Paris, keep in mind that there really isn't an off season. Tourists pour into the country nonstop 24/7/365. However, the majority of cheap plane tickets are sold during fall and winter months. You can always find cheap airfare though, depending on where you look. Visit online travel forums to see if other people are finding good deals. People share their experiences and recommendations to other travelers.
Sometimes you can find good deals if you're willing to fly in the middle of the week. You may even find it cheaper to fly to Amsterdam or London first and then traveling to Paris via train. You can travel to France from England via Eurostar through the Channel Tunnel. Also, when flying from North America, keep in mind that many East coast cities offer cheap flights to Paris---not just NYC or Boston. If you need to fly from the West coast, pick your East coast-to-Paris departure city carefully. Get a variety of quotes from different cities to find the cheapest.
If you book far in advance, you can usually save money. Sign up to the mailing lists of airlines and travel companies so that you'll be notified about sales. In fact, people on the mailing lists are usually notified before the general public! You can get some pretty good deals if you're one of the first passengers to purchase airfare on a newly released flight.