For the most part, I like to say no. These beasts were built in space, and for good reason. In Star Trek: The Next Generation, I believe the Enterprise was too large to take off from terra firma, and she is a bit on the small order, compared to the average void ship in 40K, where even their fighter craft are half-dozen crew each affairs. They often lack the necessary superstructure to support their bulk in gravity, and only the most reinforced surface facilities would be any less than flattened/cratered when a mile-long hunk of stuff comes to ground. The thrust needed to hoist her back into orbit would likely obliterate anything around it, like setting off a small? bomb, and there appears to be no such thing on the ventral surface, so either it's standing a mile tall, or the thrust-source is pointing so the wrong way.
Anything much larger than a transport, IMO, was never made to land on-planet, and never should. Of course, this is your, or your GM's call, but in a world where physics mean ha, every once in a while, they seem to fit in, again.
As an extra thought, one of the possible ship histories, Planet-Bound for Millennia, applies here well. Barring CATASTROPHIC damage, said ship would have just flown away, but her mass kept her firmly planted, and a small fleet of tugs was needed to drag her back into space. Gilleam from Outlaw Star also references ship repairs outside of zero-g to be problematic, so the reasons to land planetside continue to fall away.