The Air India Express flight from Dubai overshot the runway in May last year, killing 152 passengers and all six crew. Only eight passengers survived.
Mr Ravi, who is also the overseas Indian affairs minister, said he was willing to listen to the relatives of the victims.
“If they want to stay (in Delhi), discussions can continue. The intention is to help them," he said, speaking in the emirate ahead of the 30th Sharjah International Book Fair.
Earlier this week, families in the UAE and in India said they were preparing for the final showdown with the government-owned carrier as one of the claimants files an appeal in the country’s top court next week.
The appeal follows the Kerala High Court’s judgement in favour of Air India in August.