In the aviation world, the use of Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) has started to become a standard. ADS-B allows the dissemination of flight traffic information more effectively, in lower costs and flexible implementation. On the other hand advances in technology in the field of communication that support the dissemination of information ADS-B is also growing rapidly. Named Data Networking (NDN) emerged as a new alternative to replace the commonly used TCP/IP communications around the world. NDN offers flexibility, native support for security and content-centric communication, meaning that NDN no longer relies on forwarding data to TCP/IP layers but is handled by a route search mechanism toward the intended content using hierarchical naming similar to the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) concept. This mechanism eliminates the reading process to the lower layers during the forwarding process, and is expected to improve the performance of data transactions. In this research, data transmission is generated by an ADS-B source through a mock-up network in which NDN already implemented. System performance is then evaluated through round-trip-time and packet loss parameters to see if it meets the standards set by the aviation authority to be feasible to implement in operational activities compared to systems using IP. Evaluation results show that there is a 34% decrease of round-trip-time performance and packet loss reaches 7% in idle network traffic conditions. This condition is considered acceptable in the operational condition but need improvement to reduce the packet loss in order to satisfy the desired value.