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A small voice in the back of my head says, 'Yeah, but you should watch the subtle haloing around the airframe.' You can ignore that voice if you wish: very few people will notice. One thing you could try, if you've already cut out the airframe in PS, is to bring down the brightness of the background half a stop.
FWIW, you can also use the "Adjustment Brush (K)" in LR to subtly paint the outline of the aircraft and then gently dial back the "Clarity" slider until it starts to read -5 up to -25. It is easy to adjust the "Feather", "Flow", and "Density" of this adjustment brush to suit the situation. This can often help to diminish/remove haloing. However, as Steve correctly notes, few folks will notice as is