A key requirement in most ultrasonic weld inspection systems is the ability for rapid automated analysis to identify the type of flaw. Incorporation of spatial correlation information from adjacent A-scans can improve performance of the analysis system. This paper describes two neural network based classification techniques that use correlation of adjacent A-scans. The first method relies on differences in individual A-scans to classify signals using a trained neural network, with a post-processing mechanism to incorporate spatial correlation information. The second technique transforms a group of spatially localized signals using a 2-dimensional transform, and principal component analysis is applied to the transform coefficients to generate a reduced dimensional feature vectors for classification. Results of applying the proposed techniques to data obtained from weld inspection are presented, and the performances of the two approaches are compared.