The two that melosu mentioned are the only ones that come to my mind. Not saying there aren't more, but as far as "normal" coral you'll find available for sale, they can deal with air exposure for a bit.
Things you want to watch for though are some of the LPS
corals that have very "puffy" tissue, with lots of expansion. You want to make sure the tissue has retracted as much as possible before taking them out of water. If you don't, the weight of the water in the tissue will possibly cause the tissue to tear on the skeleton. Any tear or cut is a possible infection source... just like us. You can normally deflate an inflated coral by either causing some water current over it with your hand, or gently touching it (with rubber gloves) to get it to retract.
My seriatopora (birdnest) and stylophora get a good breath of air for about 5 minutes max, every week when I do a water change.