'I can confirm that these developments have not impacted our operations or personnel,' Pentagon spokesman Army Colonel Robert Manning told reporters on Tuesday. "Coalition counter-IS operations out of Incirlik and other Turkish facilities are closely coordinated with and have the full support of our Turkish partners."
Manning said the Turkish air force base in Incirlik continues to "fulfill an important role" in NATO and coalition efforts.
Since the rise of Islamic State, the U.S.-led coalition has used Incirlik Air Base as the main staging area for air attacks against IS in Syria and in northern Iraq. The facility is also used to support U.S. forces in both countries.
Counter-Islamic State flights from ships in the Mediterranean Sea also typically fly through Turkish airspace during their missions.
Relations between the NATO allies have hit a new low, with Turkey and the U.S. blocking bilateral business and tourist travel.
Last week, Turkey arrested a U.S. consulate employee and Turkish national, accusing him of regular communication with alleged leading members of what Turkey has deemed a terrorist network blamed for a failed coup against Erdogan last year.
Following the arrest, the U.S. embassy in Ankara announced it would temporary halt all non-immigrant visa applications - a move that was quickly mirrored by Turkey.