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Scott Welsch

EU Flight Compensation Co-Founder & London based attorney

Location: London, United Kingdom

Scott Welsch, Co-Founder of EU Flight Compensation and London-based attorney, specializes in travel law. He is dedicated to educating European travelers about their rights, ensuring they understand their entitlements and receive due compensation for flight delays and cancellations.


Since 2011, Scott Welsch has been running his own law firm in London. With 50% of his workload dedicated to flight compensation, Scott has a wealth of experience in this field. His commitment to educating others stems from the widespread lack of awareness about passengers’ rights. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What inspired you to create EU Flight Compensation?

I was motivated by the widespread lack of awareness among air passengers about their rights. With half of my workload focused on flight compensation, I saw the need to educate travelers and help them secure the compensation they deserve.

Users can expect reliable, well-researched information about their rights as air passengers, guidance on how to claim compensation, and updates on relevant regulations.

I have been running my own law firm in London since 2011, with a significant portion of my practice dedicated to travel law and flight compensation cases.

We ensure quality through thorough research, staying updated on the latest regulations, and leveraging my extensive experience in travel law to provide accurate and valuable information.

Our future plans include expanding our educational resources, offering more in-depth guides, and increasing outreach to ensure more travelers are aware of their rights and how to claim compensation.

Articles By Scott Welsch

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