I'm British, my spouse is non-EU, holding an Article 10 residence card issued by Malta.
We are currently on an extended trip outside the EU and will not return until shortly after Brexit when we plan to fly to France. From France we intend to travel to Ireland, before eventually returning to Malta.
Pre-Brexit, everything (airlines/boarding, immigration) is pretty simple thanks to the residence card, but I have not been able to determine whether the card will still be considered valid after Jan 31st.
Most of the UK government advice aimed at British and EU citizens seems to imply that effectively nothing will change during the transition period, but I haven't seen any guidance specifically for non-EU family members of a British citizen.
Will the Article 10 residence card continue to facilitate the EU entry/travel of my spouse after Jan 31st?