As an important module of aircraft navigation and correspondence systems, the remote distance communication depends mainly on the airborne High Frequency (HF) antenna. With the use of new materials and larger size of aircraft, HF antennas tend to be problematic for a number of reasons. In this paper, a novel HF antenna is designed which could be used on a large aircraft. It can be located on the front edge of the vertical wing and is well conformal with the configuration of the plane without degenerating the reasonable shape of the aircraft. Based on the simulation utilizing the software Ansoft HFSS, the impedance and radiation pattern of the antenna are calculated, and based on the simulation results, impedance matching and efficiency of the antenna are analyzed. A scaling test-piece has been made to authenticate the simulation results. It can be tuned satisfactorily with transceivers such as the KHF950 through the band. All indicate that this kind antenna can be used for remote communication on aeroplane.