Take the ham out of the air fryer and carefully open the aluminum foil wrap and brush ⅓ of the cranberry glaze all over the top of the ham and sides.
Wrap the ham back up in aluminum foil to seal and place back in the oven for another 20 minutes
Carefully unwrap the aluminum foil back and check the temperature in the thickest part of the ham away from bone. If the temperature is below 135degrees F (57 degrees C) seal the aluminum foil wrap back around and continue cooking until the temperature reaches 135 degrees F. (Boneless hams take about 10 minutes per pound. Bone-in ones take about 15 minutes per pound to fully reheat)
Once the internal temperature has reached 135 degrees F, pull back the aluminum foil back down off the ham so the top and sides of ham are exposed.
Brush another ⅓ of the cranberry glaze all over the ham well. (Save the remaining⅓ of orange cranberry glaze for serving) Place back into the air fryer to cook for another 10 - 15 minutes or is golden ruby red and the internal temperature reaches 145 degrees F (62 degrees C).
FYI: If you are using a ham from a Non-USDA certified plant, the USDA recommends heating to an internal temperature to 165 °F.
Remove the ham from the air fryer and leave rest for 3 minutes. DO NOT THROW AWAY THE PAN DRIPPINGS! That is LIQUID GOLD! Strain ham juice and set aside.
Move ham to a serving platter. Tent lightly with foil and let rest 3 minutes.
Optional: Garnish your platter with fresh oranges, cranberries, and greens, if desired.
Slice and serve with a drizzle of the ham juice and a dollop of remaining Cranberry Glaze. Enjoy!