TG A380s make them money, they aren't going anywhere.
All the oldest 330s have been parked, with the A340 and some 744.
The A350s are to partially replace the oldest 772 which they begin withdrawing late this year/early next year.
744 will start going next year, due to low fuel prices, like many airlines is holding on to them for now as they are fully paid off and profitable again.
The 777 fleet was largely originally purchased in an era before anyone one knew the 77W would be so good. The 77E was bought for routes such as AKL
etc. having the 777 in various subtypes isn't as expensive as you think as so much is interchangeable.
You will start to really see the beginning of their fleet look for the next 10 years:
The 320s go back to Thai Smile, 734 will be retired.
Aircraft types I've been on: PA31,Q300,AT75,AT76,717,733,738,739ER,763,772,77E,773,77W,788,789,744,319,320,332,333,346,359,380