The 55-year-old was recalled to the elite panel of umpires last month after the International Cricket Council (ICC) decided to reinstate him.
Hair was dumped from the panel following an abandoned match between England and Pakistan at The Oval in 2006, which ended with the tourists conceding the first Test forfeit in the game's history.
His reinstatement after a "rehabilitation" course, has been heavily criticised by Pakistan.
Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq - who led his team off the pitch in the test where Hair ruled against them - said he was "shocked and disgusted" by Hair's reinstatement.
Hair - who has said he is prepared to officiate in test matches in Pakistan if called upon to do so - will stand with Simon Taufel in Manchester between May 23-27 and will also officiate in the third Test, with West Indian Steve Bucknor.
Taufel and Bucknor will umpire in the first Test at Lord's, which starts on 15 May.