A terrifying video posted on social media shows a Hawaiian Airlines plane's engine bursting into flames after landing at Sea-Tac International Airport in Seattle on Tuesday night. Passengers waiting to board their own flight at a nearby terminal caught the incident on camera. 

The plane was flying from Everett’s Paine Field to Sea-Tac for maintenance with only the crew on board. Sea-Tac spokesman Perry Cooper said there were no injuries.

Hawaiian Airlines told CBS News the plane "experienced a left engine issue on final approach at SEA tonight. A left engine fire reported upon landing was extinguished by the aircraft fire extinguishing system and local fire officials."

However, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) offered a different account, telling CBS News the aircraft "experienced a right engine flyer fire upon landing. The fire had already been extinguished by the time fire crews arrived at the aircraft."

The FAA is currently investigating the incident.

Hawaiian Airlines took to its Twitter account to update about the incident: "An A330 ferry flight from PAE to SEA experienced a left engine issue on final approach at SEA tonight. A left engine fire reported upon landing was extinguished. There were no passengers onboard, and the two pilots were unharmed. The aircraft is currently being inspected."

A SeaTac spokesperson told CBS News the plane was an Airbus A330, and that no issues or alarms were raised when the aircraft was in the air. 

Passengers at the Seattle airport and other social media users reacted to the incident.

"Glad the pilots are ok, the plane must have freaked out since it s in @boeing land, lol," one user wrote, while another said: "Witnessed #Hawaiianairlines roll by me on the tarmac at SeaTac with the port side engine totally on fire. Flames were as long as the plane. Glad everyone is safe now."