Listed as FMI-A01 in my just released book Hawaiian Numismatic Issues from the Franklin Mint: Medals, Coins and Ingots.
This Aloha Airlines sterling silver ingot has a mintage of 1,777 (mintage is deceiving as Franklin Mint collectors do not breakup sets). If you locate a FMI-A01 today, its a remnant from a broken up completed set.
Hint: The choicest specimens are those in original Franklin Mint packaging. The proper collector term is Mint in Package (MIP).
Hint: The original Franklin Mint paperwork is also desired and extremely hard to come by since most specimens are a remnant from a broken up completed set.
Hint: Aloha Airlines went out of business in 2008 making this highly sought after by airline and Aloha Airlines memorabilia collectors.
Here is a MIP FMI-A01 with its original Franklin Mint paperwork and magazine ad.