Puerto Ingeniero Ibáñez
Puerto Ibáñez is a small town in the Aisén Region in the south of Chile. It is located on a bay off the north shore of General Carrera Lake, 116 kilometres (72 mi) south of Coihaique. In the 2002 census it had a population of 757. It is the capital of the commune of Río Ibáñez.
The town was founded in 1924. It was named after a Chilean miner, Cornelio Ibáñez, who spent several seasons in the area.
The town's economy is mainly based on cattle farming and crop growing, aided by a benign miroclimate influenced by the lake. Distinctive pottery is also made in the town.
The town is served by Puerto Ingeniero Ibáñez Airport.