The aircraft was towed to a hanger for an investigation.
SEATTLE (AP) — A Hawaiian Airlines plane landing at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport had flames coming from one of its engines.
The aircraft was landing at about 9 p.m. Tuesday and air traffic control noticed a fire in the left engine, airport spokesman Perry Cooper said.
Cooper said the pilots were notified and the fire was extinguished as the landing occurred.
The flight was a ferry with just crew and no passengers. It was being moved from Paine Field in Everett, Washington, to the Sea-Tac airport.
Hawaiian Airlines is the dominant carrier in inter-island travel.