Nathan Diller

New York

Nathan Diller is a freelance journalist based in New York. He was previously a staff writer at DCist and has written for outlets like Eater DC, Vulture, and Washingtonian.
Latest from Nathan Diller

Traveling in the U.S. soon? Get tested before your trip, CDC says.

The agency updated its covid guidance for domestic travel ahead of the summer season and a recent uptick in cases.

May 18, 2022

Southwest introduces a higher fare category with more perks

Wanna Get Away Plus is the low-cost carrier’s version of economy plus.

May 17, 2022

Everything you need to know about traveling to Italy

Italy is welcoming back American travelers. Here's some expert advice for visiting this summer.

May 17, 2022

$27 beers push New York airports to crack down on concessions prices

An investigation by the airport authority in New York City found customers were paying unfair prices at LaGuardia.

May 16, 2022

European Union will drop its mask mandate for flights and airports

Mask rules for flying will continue to vary according to airline policies and transportation rules in E.U. countries.

May 11, 2022

Carnival passengers quarantine in Seattle after outbreak on cruise

Carnival said there were no serious covid cases, but customers reported staff were overwhelmed by the outbreak.

May 4, 2022

How to ask a seatmate to mask: The new etiquette for maskless flights

Strategies for staying calm and polite while asking people to take coronavirus precautions on a maskless flight.

May 4, 2022

Greece, Italy lift proof-of-vaccination rules ahead of summer travel

Flights to Greece won't require proof of vaccination or a negative test until a September review.

May 2, 2022

Princess cruise ship has 253 coronavirus cases in 5 weeks

The Ruby Princess had 143 coronavirus cases onboard when it docked in San Francisco after a trip to Hawaii earlier this month.

April 27, 2022

Mask police no more: Flight attendants relieved to see mandate dropped

Airline workers are happy to stop enforcing mask rules on flights but are still concerned about covid-19.

April 27, 2022