The new route, part of the carrier’s expansion on the African continent, will be inaugurated on July 8. The airline will propose four weekly flights to the Moroccan business city.
Passengers will use one single aisle aircraft that could be a Boeing or an Airbus, reports say.
The low-cost airline will be the second Turkish aviation company to serve Casablanca after national carrier Turkish Airlines.
The Istanbul-Casablanca flights adds on the already existing two Egyptian destinations namely Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh.
The airline, which already services two Egyptian destinations, namely Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh, intends to gradually capture the rest of the continent using Casablanca as hub.