Canadian firm Bombardier sells 10 jets for $259m

Challenger jet in air Bombardier is one of the biggest manufacturers of business jets in the world

Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier has announced it has sold 10 Challenger jets for $259m (£157m) to an anonymous buyer.

This was the second order in a week for the firm.

The previous order, worth a little over $280m, was for five Challenger 300s and five Challenger 605 jets.

Bombardier is one of the biggest manufacturers of business jets with brands such as Challenger, Global and Learjet.

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