World Bulletin / News Desk
Security measures were enhanced in Istanbul's Atatürk and Sabiha Gökçen International airports following Tuesday's deadly terror attack.
On Tuesday evening when three ISIL suicide attackers blew themselves up at different points outside the international terminal of Atatürk Airport, killing 42 people and injuring 239.
Turkish authorities elevated security measures to the highest level following the attack.
A special team from riot police units has started 24-hour duty at the outer areas of the airport.
The four-man team is seen patrolling with long barreled weapons at the exit and entrance of the international terminal of Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
Security measures were also increased at Sabiha Gökçen Airport on Istanbul's Asian side following the attacks.
Passengers are being double checked after being checked first by scan machines at the entrance of the airport.