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What is -Regional- Airline out of Verona?

Our booking on Air France mentions our Verona-Paris leg as being on "Regional" airline operated by Air France. What airline and type of airplane should I expect to be on for this leg of the trip - does anyone have experience with this? I'm curious about what it will be and what the baggage handling situation is, since I plan to carry-on for this and the connecting flight in Paris, back to Seattle.

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I don't know about Air France but our 'regional" airline with Lufthansa was Air Dolomite. It was a small plane - the kind where the wings sit more on top of the plane and you look out under them. Nice plane though - leather seats, comfy and spacious.

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Thank you Sally,
I'm curious about how they worked the luggage situation. My plan is to carry-on the entire trip, however that can sometimes be an issue on smaller planes. In the past I've checked my bag as I boarded and grabbed it when I walked off the plane.
When we get to Paris, we'll have ~1h30m to get from the regional plane at gate 2E to our Air France flight at 2F. From the AF site, it looks like a relatively quick transfer that requires a shuttle bus ride. So I'm hoping that I can just carry everything with and not wonder if checked baggage made the trip back to Seattle on my flight.

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"Regional" is the name of Air France's wholly owned regional airline. Per their website, they fly an ERJ-145 (50 seat Embraer regional jet) on the Paris CDG to Verona flights. I flew a similar jet on an Iberia flight and they allowed one carry-on size bag to be checked at the plane. Picked it up as I got off the plane. Not sure whether Regional offers the same option.