Flights are to resume between Turkey and the United States following last week's attempted coup in the country.
Following the failed overthrowing of the Turkish government, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) prohibited all airlines from flying between the two countries on Saturday.
But on Monday the FAA said it had lifted restrictions on all flights to and from Turkey.
Nearly 1,700 military personnel have been sacked and 130 media outlets shut down as the crackdown continues following the failed coup.
The dispatch comes after President Erdogan called on US to hand over cleric Fethullah Gulen, who he blames for Turkey's failed coup.
Turkey has been warned of the consequences of imposing the death penalty as punishment to those involved in the failed coup attempt.