In adjoining Gurdaspur, security forces called off their three-day-long extensive search operation as they found no suspected terrorist as claimed by locals who had reported the sighting of two men in military fatigues moving in suspicious manner.
"The combing operation at the Air Force station is over," a senior Air Force official said, adding the entire area has been sanitised.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to visit the Air Force base on Saturday.
The sanitisation operation had been going on for the last three days ever since the six terrorists were gunned down.
The official said the Indian Air Force was "sharing and supporting" the National Investigation Agency or NIA with the inputs.
The NIA has investigated the personnel of Defence Services Corps (DSC) in connection with the terror attack.
In Gurdaspur, a senior police officer Pardeep Malik said, "The search operation is over. Nothing has been found suspicious."
Mr Malik, who supervised the search operation on the third day, said search operations were conducted in 15 km radius of the Tibri cantonment area.
Mr Malik said the sugarcane field, where security officials today concentrated their search operations, was also thoroughly checked and nothing suspicious was found.
After the operation was over, the traffic on Gurdaspur-Mukerian road which remained closed for three days was opened.
Seven military men were martyred and 20 injured in the Pathankot attack that started on early Saturday morning before the base was secured nearly 80 hours later.