The March 13 circular had asked the airport operators to hand over the passengers, who are not following the COVID-19 protocol even after repeated warnings, to the security agencies.
Similarly, Charan Dass, Joint Director General, was charged for not obtaining prior sanction for employment of his daughter at an aviation company.
The DGCA had on March 13 asked airlines to de-board passengers who do not wear their masks 'properly' despite repeated warnings and take action against them as per its rules.
It further said that the research initiative is in tune with the new agriculture policy of the Telangana government.
Alliance Air can classify the aforementioned four passengers as "unruly" and ban them from its flights for any period between three to 24 months.
Justice Shankar had on March 8 taken suo motu cognisance of the situation after witnessing passengers not wearing masks properly.
The latest directives come against the backdrop of rising number of coronavirus cases in certain parts of the country even as domestic air traffic is improving.
The crew will be monitored for 30 minutes after being given the shot at the vaccination centre for anaphylactic and idiosyncratic reactions, if any, it said.
In the guidelines, the DGCA said Aircrew will be monitored for 30 minutes at the COVID-19 vaccination centre for any anaphylactic or idiosyncratic reaction.
The court took suo motu cognisance of the situation and issued guidelines for immediate compliance.
This will be subject to the condition that the passenger booking ticket under such fare scheme is made aware of the charges that shall be applicable if the passenger turns up with the baggage.
Scheduled international flight operations were suspended from March 23 last year in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
Official sources said pilot error caused the mishap in which the Boeing aircraft suffered a minor damage on its right wing after it hit an electric pole while taxiing on the runway.
However, none was injured. Airport Director G Madhusudana Rao told TNIE that the DGCA team will conduct inspections for the next two days at the terminal.
Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Kharola said that a decision will be taken after running all sorts of scrutiny.