It seems to me that an airship could have one or more motors to travel normally and then a few more motors to use only when maneuvering to land or take off, motors that could turn widely to move the airship up, down, left, right, forward, back, as needed.
And possibly the airship could have harpoon guns to shoot harpoons deep into the ground and then the airship could winch the harpoon lines to take it up or down as desired. There would have to be some way to make the harpoons let go of the ground when the airship was ready to leave.
And possibly the airship could have several large drones and remote pilot them down to he ground to make connections. Each drone could carry a large screw and ring with a line attached. Each drone could have a device to mechanically screw the screw into the ground. When each of the rings was screwed in tightly the airship could winch the lines attached to the rings to lower itself.
I have read that early airships needed large ground crews where they landed to grab the lines lowered from the airships and use those lines to maneuver the airships to land. And I read that modern developments make the necessary ground crews much smaller. So possibly the airship could carry the necessary ground crew and lower them to the ground so they could help the airship land.
Some Zeppelins used for bombing in World War I had what were called "cloud cars". The Zeppelin would hid from defenders above a cloud bank and lower the cloud car through the cloud to clear air. The observer in the cloud car would phone instructions up to the zeppelin to reach their target.
I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw the use of a "cloud car" in Hell's Angels (1930), but they were actually used. So an airship should be able to have devices to lower a small ground crew and equipment to the ground.
And an airship would normally have its helium in many smaller gasbags inside the main envelope of the airship. And possibly some of the helium could be sucked into smaller tanks where it would be more dense, while outside air was let into the spaces around the deflating gasbags. Depending on the situation, maybe some of the helium could be let out into the outside air and lost. Either way, the airship could gradually become heaver than air, helping it land.
Some combination of the above might be used by an advanced, futuristic airship. If you want a contemporary or futuristic airship, you should find an expert in how they operate.
And if you want an airship from the past in a story set in the past, you will have to find accounts of how they operated, and perhaps make a character a brilliant inventor who has a better method for landing airships.