Hungary, Czech Republic and Poland are going to become European Union members in 2004 so I would assume that they have already harmonized their own aircraft noise regulation with the ones adopted by EU.
On the other hand it seems that Romanian airports have no such restrictions or plans to phase-out stage 2 noise aircraft. However Bucharest Otopeni has restricted the civil passenger aircraft categorized as Stage2/Chapter 2 ICAO, Annex 16, since 1 April 2002 in accordance with the Order of the Minister of Transports - RACR - PM no. 9/22 May 2000.
Cargo stage 2 aircraft might still operate at OTP under certain restrictions.
For more info on noise regulation at OTP and TSR see:
Conclusion? BeechStarship is right! Under certain restrictions It is still possible to fly a BAC 1-11 or any stage 2 aircraft between points in Romania and Russia. Aeroflot still lands its Tu-145 at OTP while other Romanian based charter operators are still flying a good bunch of BAC/ ROMBAC 1-11 400/500 to various sunny destinations in Spain, Cyprus, Turkey, Marocco, North Africa, etc. I even found out a picture of Romanian based Aerotrans BAC 1-11 taken in Prague earlier this year. Take a look
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Other Romanian current air operators of the BAC/ROMBAC one-eleven series 400/500
I'm pretty sure that once you get in Bucharest you'll be able to book a BAC 1-11 flight somewhere !