No. The preposition means that the noun is now in the dative rather than nominative, and the rules for initial mutation are different.
“Aircraft” is a hypernym of “airplane”/“aeroplane” rather than a synonym of them, since there are aircraft that are not airplanes/aeroplanes, e.g. zeppelins.
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