DISASTER

Pakistan Investigates Airline

The head of Bhoja Air was grounded Saturday as Pakistan investigates its second air disaster in two years. The man was blocked from leaving the country after a jet from the small domestic carrier went down outside Islamabad on Friday, killing all 127 passengers. Interior Minister Rehman Malik told reporters that Bhoja Air “seems to be at fault as it had acquired a very old aircraft.” The plane’s black box was recovered from the crash site, which should yield insight into what happened on board before the crash.