A Hawaiian Airlines DC-9 with 117 passengers aboard lost part of an engine shortly after takeoff Friday, and falling pieces of metal shattered windshields and pierced the roofs of cars on the ground.

No injuries were reported, and the twin-engine plane returned safely to Honolulu International Airport, where the passengers transferred to another plane and resumed their flight, spokesman Keoni Wagner said.Tony Robella, security manager for Matson Navigation Co., located in an industrial area two miles east of the airport, reported several pieces of debris fell over several hundred yards of the company's parking lot.

No one was injured, but at least 10 vehicles suffered broken windshields, pierced roofs and other damage, said Robella. The 2 1/2-foot exhaust cone punched a 3-inch hole in the asphalt, he said.