The exposure on these seem to be mainly set for the sky as the planes look a little underexposed. While it's a fine balencing act between correctly exposing the subject and retaining detail in the bg … time in PP can and will produce the desired renditions. Not insurmountable issues for sure.
A number of options are available 'in camera' too. Bracketing, exposure compensation and even the use of certain filters in some circumstances tho a CP may or may not have assisted in these.
Maybe I didn't make myself as clear as I may have done or you didn't understand fully my discourse. I merely meant to convey and offer options for in camera (as that's what I stated) in general and not specifically for these particular snaps. The mention of the CP was just another option to consider in some circumstances and that I felt one perhaps wouldn't be of benefit here. Maybe my form of words confused you but I knew what I meant (I think🙂).Bracketing, on a moving object and a detailed background?
exposure compensation, yes, this is part of the "recorded adequately" I talked about.
even the use of certain filters in some circumstances tho a CP may or may not have assisted in these.
this is waaaay too vague to even consider or not commenting.