811 squadron transfer to RAF Coastal Command (No15 Group) at Limavady  in Northern Ireland carrying out Coastal Patrols

Limavady Airfield,Aghanloo opened on 1st December 1940. Three runways were constructed, but there were no 
hangars, so aircraft had to be parked and serviced in the open. The airfield acted as an important deterrent to 
German U-boats during the Battle of the Atlantic. By 1942 Coastal Command training facilities had been established 
at Limavady.

  On July 14th 811 squadron return to HMS Biter to support in Mediterranean & South Atlantic convoys.
The squadron rotated for several months between HMS Biter & Coastal Patrols from Limavady