Daily services will operate from Gatwick to Marrakech from July 4 and from Luton to Istanbul from June 29 with a four times weekly frequency from Luton to Rijeka beginning on June 30.
Chief executive Andrew Harrison said the expansion of its non-EU network will exploit both the growing leisure and business travel markets.
"Croatia, Turkey and Morocco are forging an ever-closer relationship with the UK and Europe," he said. "As a consequence the demand for low cost fares to these countries is growing quickly and easyJet will be in a unique position to benefit from this development."
Harrison added: "This is probably our most significant expansion since the start of our new routes to Central and Eastern Europe in May 2004."
If other major low-cost carriers decide to enter this market as well, prices may be forced ever lower. As has been seen on numerous occasions in the past, the arrival of low-cost airlines often proves to be a major driving force behind the growth of overseas property buyers in a country or region, so this is the perfect time to look at investing in these newly accessible areas.
Source: New Skys News. Skynews.co.uk. March 2006