Usage of the U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission logo for promotional purposes must be reviewed and approved by the Commission. The Commission logo cannot be used for the purpose of fundraising or to promote or endorse commercial or for profit products or services. As far as using the Commission logo on literature, if your organization receives approval, it is permissible to use the logo on a brochure or literature explaining your event. It would not be permissible to use the Commission logo on literature soliciting funding or sponsorships.
The U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission's logo cannot be used on merchandise or on anything commercial without a formal licensing agreement. Licensing requests can be directed to:
Executive Director of the U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission
202 .FLT.1903 email@example.com
The Commission's identity is defined by these logos and their correct and consistent usage. The COFC logo should be reproduced only from original electronic files available from the Commission. Licensing authorization should accompany these files and under no circumstances can the logo be used without the formal written consent of the Commission.
PDF of Logo standards documentPhotography and other Media The purpose of the U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission is to promote awareness of the Wright brothers' achievements and the 100th anniversary of powered flight. One way for the Commission to do this is through our Web site.
Generally, the information contained on the Web site is in the public domain, and permission for its use is not required as long as the Commission is acknowledged as the source of the information. However, there are certain materials on our Web site, such as photographs, images, narratives, movies, web casts, etc., that have source information provided for them. If there is source information provided for these materials, permission for their use should be obtained from their providers.
Essays on the History of Flight are the sole property of the U.S. Centennial
of Flight Commission, and are available for general use with the
condition that the requested essays are sourced in the materials
in which they are used.