Singapore Airlines (SIA) said it has no plans to ground its current fleet of 10 Airbus A380-800 aircraft.
This comes after the Australian flag carrier, Qantas, grounded its fleet of A380s after one of its aircraft was forced to land in Singapore with engine trouble on Thursday morning.
In its statement on Thursday, SIA said its operations are continuing as normal.
SIA added that it is premature at this point to speculate on the cause of the incident, and it is awaiting advice from its aircraft and engine manufacturers as the investigation progresses.
In 2007, SIA was the first airline to fly the A380 superjumbo, which can carry more than 500 passengers.
Four other airlines currently fly the aircraft, including, Qantas, Emirates, Air France and Lufthansa.
This is not the first time that an A380 aircraft has encountered engine problems.
In September 2009, a Singapore-bound SIA A380 flight was forced to turn around mid-flight and head back to Paris after one of its four engines failed.
Separately, Singapore Changi Airport said it will reopen its Runway 2 later Thursday.
Airport authorities had to close Runway 2 earlier to facilitate an emergency landing for Qantas Flight QF32 which experiencing engine problem.