I don't see any substantial differences between the 2 images, but I doubt that either will be accepted by Adobe Stock. The images are too blurry, and when you zoom in it is difficult to see any detail at all. White balance is also too blue. I always shoot out the window of the plane when I see such a beautiful view, but due to the plane's motion, the usually scratched and blurry windows, and the limitation of your camera's small sensor, such images are unlikely to be suitable as Stock photos.
Adobe, by the way, do not want multiple versions of the same picture. Don't do that, it runs the risk of being classed as spamming and could even lead to your account being blocked.
I agree wit @Jill_C , there is not much difference and I too doubt that either would be accepted. The horizon is not level, there is too much blue, and the image is to soft and out of focus. This is probably caused by shooting through the curved plane windshield.
Also, I believe the photo should be cropped.
Notice the editorial changes? The mountain has been moved. An object on the horizon has been deleted. The lake size has been increased.