US-led coalition airstrikes against Islamic State (IS) from Turkey have resumed after airspace in the country was closed on Friday following coup attempt.
Aerial raids against IS were temporarily stopped by Turkish government following the failed coup.
Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook issued a statement confirming Turkish authorities reopening the airspace to Military warplanes on Sunday.
"As a result, counter-ISIL coalition air operations at all air bases in Turkey have resumed" the statement said.
Turkey, a major U.S. ally in the region, has allowed the U.S. and allies to use Incirlik Air Base in the city of Adana to launch air campaigns against IS.