Mohib Hassan




Mashhood Rastgar




Bilal Mehkri


Quality Aviation


Adnan Shaffi

CEO & Co-founder



Khurram Salar

Country Manager

Qatar Airways



Shazil Mehkri




Kamran Qadri

Head of Product and Development



Mubashir Sakhi


Streamguys & Pitchwise


Mir Akbar

General Manager



Saim Siddiqui

CEO & Founder



Abbas Akhtar

Startup Product/Technology

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Hackathon Problems

Problem Categories

Problem Statement 1

An increasing number of Pakistanis are traveling internationally for leisure and business with some major destinations being the UAE, KSA, and Turkey. The challenge is to build an experience that caters to problems that may include places to visit and halal food spots amongst a few problems that are being faced by Pakistanis in engaging in international travel to such destinations.

Problem Statement 2

Travel is a multilingual affair. OTAs around the world operate predominantly in english and major airlines mostly cater to their local language. People with low english proficiency often go to agents or other people to book for them similar to when people used to go to internet cafes and have their emails written and delivered through the cafe operators. Your challenge is to design and deploy solutions that can assist multilingual travelers in making travel booking easy.

Problem Statement 3

Jet lag is a major problem for transcontinental travelers. Figure out a way to measure jet lag and consequently address it.

Problem Statement 4

More than ever before Pakistanis are taking to the skies above to fulfill their travel needs. Figure out a solution that helps notify air travelers of delays and cancellations.

Problem Statement 5

Pakistanis have been traveling via bus since the inception of the country. However there is an extreme lack of information on their travel habits, infrastructure and more. Your challenge is to map the bus landscape of Pakistan and identify opportunities to solve problems for bus travelers.

Problem Statement 6

Pakistan is a land of sky high mountains and untouched beaches. However, tourists coming to the country have scant information about the weather, hotels, news, festivals etc. Your challenge is to design and deploy a solution that helps filter the relevant information for such tourists.

Problem Statement 7

Pakistanis are the 2nd largest nationality that engages in religious travel for umrah, hajj, and ziarat. Your challenge is to streamline Pakistanis in budgeting, planning and traveling to their selected religious travel destinations.

Problem Statement 8

Unfortunately, a limited number of visa-free destinations are available for Pakistanis. Pakistanis are also unaware of these and other destinations where they can get visa on arrivals (with their passport or existing valid visas on their passports). Your challenge is to help Pakistanis discover such destinations and help them to attain these visas in as frictionless a way as possible.

The Prizes

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hackathon Deadline for registration is 10th May 2023

General Rules & Instructions

  • The team size is capped at 6.
  • Participants may register individually or in a group.
  • Teams should be made up exclusively of participants who are not organizers, volunteers, judges, sponsors, or in any other privileged position at the event.
  • All team members should be physically available at the event.
  • Teams can of course gain advice and support from volunteers and mentors
  • All work on the project must be done during the event. While you may not begin coding in advance, you can plan and discuss with your team in advance.
  • Teams can be disqualified from the competition at the organizers’ discretion. Reasons might include but are not limited to breaking the Competition Rules, breaking the Code of Conduct, or other unsporting behavior.
  • Any intellectual property developed during the hackathon will belong to the team that developed it
  • All participants are required to bring their laptops with them to the venue.
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served to participants.
  • The challenge will start on 19th May, Friday 6:00 PM and end on 21st May, Sunday 6:00 PM.

Terms & Conditions

By Participating In The Hackathon, The Participant (You) Agrees To The Following Terms And Conditions:

  • Participation in this hackathon is fully voluntary, and participants are not entitled to compensation, nor will they be considered employees, agents, independent contractors, or consultants. Individuals who participate in the event shall engage in their personal capacity only, including identifying themselves by their own names.
  • All participants in the competition undertake to respect the confidentiality of the data they are provided for the purposes of solving the challenges of the competition. Among other things, You may not:
    • use the data for any purpose other than the purposes of the competition.
    • copy, publish, or in any way make the data public.
    • give access or disclose the data to any third party who is not a participant in the competition.
  • You commit that at the end of the competition, you will delete all data provided to you for the purpose of this competition.

Code of Conduct

By participating in the Hackathon event, you agree to abide by the following code of conduct.

  • There is no discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, social class, economic status, disability, or age.
  • Please treat our sponsors, organizers, and judges and all other hackers with the utmost respect. We ask that you act kindly, behave professionally, and do not insult or put down others.

Failure to comply with the above-stated Rules and Code of Conduct may result in the offending team’s/person’s disqualification.