Jyotiraditya Scindia said BJP MP Tejasvi Surya himself reported and apologised for the incident where he accidentally opened the emergency exit of an IndiGo plane last month.
Karipur witnessed a deadly air crash in August 2020 claiming 21 lives.
The civil aviation ministry said the latest decision has been taken in line with the government's policy of a graded approach to COVID-19 management response.
In a statement, IndiGo said the aircraft operating flight 6E2131 from Delhi to Bengaluru experienced an engine stall during the take-off roll.
A senior DGCA official said that all the airlines have been informed about the decision on Wednesday.
DGCA takes enforcement action in accordance with laid down procedures which may consist of warning, suspension, cancellation including imposition of financial penalty to the personnel involved/airline.
Airlines such as IndiGo, SpiceJet and Go First currently charge a fee of Rs 200 if a passenger wants the boarding pass to be issued at the check-in counter.
India's 'No Fly List' initiative aims to 'check unruly and disruptive behaviour on aircraft'. As per it passengers who cause nuisance could be temporarily prohibited from boarding flights.
Jet Airways, which has not flown since April 17, 2019, is currently in the process of re-launching operations under its new promoters Jalan-Kalrock Consortium.
The aviation market in India is currently recovering after the Omicron variant suppressed the demand in January.