Aeroflot (SU, Moscow Sheremetyevo) has reshaped its fleet renewal and delivery plan to meet its new operational demands. In the airline's First Half 2013 Financial Year results, the most notable developments revealed are that out of a total of 54 aircraft (sixteen B777-300(ER)s, twenty SSJ 100/95s and two B787-8s) due between now and 2016, ten Superjets will be "transferred to its subsidiaries" while 34 aircraft will be phased out including the fleet of six Il-96s, due to go by late 2014. In addition, deliveries of the airline's 18 A350-800s and 4 A350-900s set for 2014 - 2017 could be altered subject to shareholder approval. Overall the new plan is shaped as follows: eight new A320-200s are expected in 2013 along with three in 2014 while four will go this year followed by two next year and three in 2016. Of the A321 fleet, five new models are due this year while a single A319-100 will retire this year followed by three next year, four in 2015 and four in 2016. Three B767-300s will retire this year while four are to go in 2014. Of the new B777-300(ER) fleet expected, four are expected this year, six in 2014, three in 2015 and three in 2016. Two 787-8s are scheduled to arrive in 2016. Three IL96-300s are to retire this year followed by the other three next year.