A Vueling spokesman said there was no hijacking of a plane at Schiphol Airport, and blamed the incident on a communication problem between the pilot and control tower.
The Vueling plane was parked at a remote corner of Schiphol, away from the main terminal, surrounded by security personnel and several ambulances.
Dutch police have confirmed that the Schiphol plane was not hijacked and that there was a mis-communication, according to Dutch news agency ANP.
Confusion over a possible hijacking arose because there was no radio contact, ANP reported citing the police.
Schiphol airport says police have boarded the plane to search the aircraft.
Michiel Hartzuikerfrom Dutch news agency NOS told ITV News that security forces were, "taking no risks" in their response after a plane landed in Schipol airport amid reports that there were hostages aboard.
Dutch media is reporting that that the passenger plane from Spain to Amsterdam was not hijacked, according to AP.
A spokesperson for the low-cost Spanish airline Vueling, thought to own the 'hostage' plane, said that reports of a hijacking are due to miscommunication between the pilots and the control tower.
Dutch military police say the plane has been surrounded by security forces and that passengers are still on board.
Dutch military police have confirmed that a plane believed to be carrying hostages has landed at Amsterdam Schiphol airport, but they suspect the hijacker is still on board.
The Airbus flight left from Malaga in Spain bound for Amsterdam Schiphol airport.