Yes there are other angels. As with the visible creation, so also in the invisible realm there is order and rank among the angels. The foremost angel, both in power and authority, is Michael, the archangel.(Da 10:13, 21; 12:1; Jude 9; Re 12:7)
Ranking very high among the angels in privileges and honor are the seraphs.(Isa 6:2, 6)
Seraphs are not angels.
<quoted text> More frequently (some 90 times), the Scriptures mention the cherubs, and from the description of their duties and responsibilities it is apparent that they, too, hold a special position among the angels.(Ge 3:24; Eze 10:1-22)
Nor are Cherubs angels.
<quoted text> Michael is the only one said to be “the archangel,” meaning “chief angel,” or “principal angel.” The term occurs in the Bible only in the singular. This seems to imply that there is but one whom God has designated chief, or head, of the angelic host.
As noted above, this is incorrect.