"I can't wait to welcome passengers through our doors again and for the terminal to return to the buzzing, thriving hub we all know and love."
Research carried out for Manchester Airports Group shows passengers could start travelling to more than 130 countries.
Families are asked to look out for the Truth and Treasure Easter trail posters with QR codes centred around shops open in South Street.
Chief Superintendent Matt Nicholls, of Hertfordshire Constabulary, said: “Enforcement action remains our last resort.”
While some departments have saved money, through a recruitment freeze and other economies, the pandemic has plunged others into deficit.
"The current low level of international travel means airport services will not be not running when we start with our initial limited timetable."
A group spokeswoman said: "We have made and displayed these banners to tell Julie Marson that we need stronger environmental action."
Rebecca Pearson, operations director, said: "We understand how important time with loved ones is for our residents' happiness."
St Clare Hospice's annual Winter Walkies will be held in May after it was postponed due to the coronavirus since February.
Leader Linda Haysey defends East Herts Council's decision to go with a cinema-led arts centre rather than a theatre auditorium.
Prof Jim McManus: "We're in a race between the new variants which will keep emerging and the vaccine. We need to give the vaccine a helping hand."
Health bosses urge people aged 50-plus, eligible carers and those in vulnerable groups to book their appointment now.
Shortages expected to last until end of April and new first-dose vaccination appointments will only be made "in exceptional circumstances".
Isabel Hospice issues urgent plea for community's support to help it carry on caring in the toughest period in its 40-year history.
Masks are shredded into raw materials which can be refashioned into products ranging from building materials to public space furniture.