You have two main options for traveling via air:
- Boston Logan International Airport, then take a train or bus from Boston to Union Station, Worcester, and a taxi/ride-hailing service from there to Clark.
- Worcester Regional Airport: JetBlue, American, and Delta fly to several U.S. destinations. Take a taxi/ride-hailing service from the airport to Clark, about four miles.
Other airports include Providence, R.I., Manchester, N.H., and Hartford, Conn., but getting to Clark from these locations is often more complicated than from the Boston or Worcester airports.
Getting to Clark from Boston: The cheap but indirect route
Take a train or bus to Union Station in downtown Worcester, where you will need to take a taxi or ride-hailing service to get to Clark.
Getting to Clark from Boston: The direct but slightly more costly route
Use a shared van/limousine service like Knights Limousine Service, to pick you up at Boston airport and bring you directly to campus. Many students use this option.
Be sure to make reservations early and allow for travel time. The trip from Boston to Worcester can take more than an hour at peak travel times. This option is cheaper if you travel with a group.