Airfields should be listed in chronological order. to be historically accurate.
So, the airfields in England should precede the ones on the continent. Those in Normandy should precede those in Belgium and Germany. Of course, the units that built the airfields should be given credit and the dates for operations for each field should be indicated.
These are my opinions, for what they are worth.
Thanks contisan. I don't know if I'll ever list all the English airfields since other sites ...
have done a great job of doing that and, strictly speaking, weren't built by the IX Engineer Command (though many of the same units were involved while attached to the 8th Air Force). I've chosen to list the airfields by designator (A, then Y, then R) which tends to fall in chronologic order (with some deviations like A-21 which was unplanned and originally called E-1). I am including the units (plus giving a second page with fields grouped by unit) and dates of operation.