Turkish Airlines tweeted: “Following the incident that occurred on June 28th, 2016, at Istanbul Atatürk International Airport, flight operations have been restarted.
“To avoid further difficulties, we kindly ask you to follow up your actual flight information through our official website or our call centre (sic)
“Check in procedures have resumed at Ataturk Airport for domestic and international flights.”
They added: “Due to the busy schedules, passengers are kindly asked to arrive at Sabiha Gökçen and Atatürk airports earlier than planned.”
Can you still holiday in other parts of Turkey?
Worried about your holiday to Turkey today, or this week? As far as travel operators are aware at this moment there is no change to normal plans for flights in and out of Turkey’s other major airports.
Flights to Dalaman from British airports still have the green light – as do flights to Bodrum.
Having said this, Britons planning on travelling to Turkey have been warned of a “high” threat of terrorism after chilling suicide bombings killed at least 36 people at an Istanbul airport.
The Foreign Office travel advice to Turkey remains serious, telling Britons in the area to follow the advice of the local security forces.